GFR WEEKLY UPDATE
STIRLING University are the visitors to the Netherdale 3G Arena this Saturday for a Lowland League fixture. The students recorded an impressive victory away to Whitehill Welfare on Saturday and always prove to be tough opposition. Gala Fairydean Rovers will be desperate for all three points to improve their league position. Premier Club cards apply for this match. Otherwise the admission charges are £6 for adults and £4 for concessions. Children under 16 free of charge if accompanied by an adult. Kick off is 3pm.
FIVE STAR DISPLAY
FIVE goals for striker Martin Gibson was the highlight of Gala Fairydean Rovers Amateurs' 9-3 victory over Hawick Legion Rovers at the Netherdale 3G Arena on Saturday. The other scorers were Brem Kirk(3) and Tom Alderson. The team play hosts to Kelso on Saturday. Kick off time to be confirmed.
The under 13s were on form on Sunday recording a 7-1 win away to Leith Athletic Colts. This Sunday Parkmoor from Renfrewshire are the visitors to the Netherdale 3G Arena for a Scottish Cup tie, kick off 12.30p.m.
The under 14s are away to Leith Athletic this Sunday. Transport times to be confirmed at training.
The under 15s are at home to AC Oxgangs in a league match this Sunday. Kick off at the Netherdale 3G Arena is 11a.m.
The under 16s entertain Leith Athletic Colts in the Colin Greenhill Memorial Cup this Sunday. Kick off at the Netherdale 3G Arena is 2p.m.
There was not a spare seat on the supporters bus away to Kelty on Saturday. Demand will also be high for the next away game at East Kilbride in the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup. To book your seat please put your name on the sheet on the noticeboard in the clubrooms or call 07767 645354.
There were no winners in the weekly Gala Fairydean Rovers Lotto draw. The numbers were 5, 10 and 18. The estimated jackpot next week is £600.
No-one had number 56 in the Gala Fairydean Rovers Bonus Ball competition. There will be a £50 rollover prize next weekend.
The winners of the Gala Fairydean Rovers Premier Club draw for October were: £100, David Donaldson; £50 Stewart Lawson; £25 Robert Little.